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2001-02 Basketball Western Conference Final Standings

Midwest Division

    Per Game
W L Pct GB For Opp
*San Antonio 58 24 .707 96.7 90.5
†Dallas 57 25 .695 1 105.2 101.0
†Minnesota 50 32 .610 8 99.3 96.0
†Utah 44 38 .537 14 96.0 95.1
Houston 28 54 .341 30 92.3 97.2
Denver 27 55 .329 31 92.2 98.0
Memphis 23 59 .280 35 89.9 97.3
Head Coaches: SA—Gregg Popovich (6th season); Dal—Don Nelson (5th); Min—Phil Saunders (7th); Utah—Jerry Sloan (14th); Hou—Rudy Tomjanovich (11th); Den—Dan Issel (3rd, 9-17) resigned Dec. 26, 2001 and was replaced by assistant Mike Evans (18-38); Mem—Sidney Lowe (2nd).
2000-01 Standings: 1. San Antonio (58-24); 2. Utah (53-29); 3. Dallas (53-29); 4. Minnesota (47-35); 5. Houston (45-37); 6. Denver (40-42); 7. Vancouver (23-59).

Pacific Division

    Per Game
W L Pct GB For Opp
*Sacramento 61 21 .744 104.6 97.0
†LA Lakers 58 24 .707 3 101.3 94.1
†Portland 49 33 .598 12 96.6 93.7
†Seattle 45 37 .549 16 97.7 94.7
LA Clippers 39 43 .476 22 95.7 96.1
Phoenix 36 46 .439 25 95.1 95.8
Golden St. 21 61 .256 40 97.7 103.1
Head Coaches: Sac—Rick Adelman (4th season); LAL—Phil Jackson (3rd); Port—Maurice Cheeks (1st); Sea—Nate McMillan (2nd); LAC—Alvin Gentry (2nd); Pho—Scott Skiles (3rd, 25-26) resigned on Feb. 17, 2002 and was replaced by assistant Frank Johnson (11-20); G.St.—Dave Cowens (2nd, 8-15) was fired on Dec. 16, 2001 and replaced by assistant Brian Winters (13-46).
2000-01 Standings: 1. LA Lakers (56-26); 2. Sacramento (55-27); 3. Phoenix (51-31); 4. Portland (50-32); 5. Seattle (44-38); 6. LA Clippers (31-51); 7. Golden St. (17-65).

 

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